Personal Projects IB MYP Exhibition

Students at Prem recently showcased their personal projects as part of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB MYP) exhibition. This annual event highlights the hard work and dedication of students who have spent months researching, planning, and executing their personal projects.

The personal project is a significant aspect of the IB MYP curriculum. It allows students to explore a topic that they are passionate about and to demonstrate their understanding of the MYP approaches to learning. The project requires students to follow a rigorous process that includes identifying a topic, researching and planning, taking action, and reflecting on their learning.

This year’s exhibition was a wonderful success. Students presented their projects to an enthusiastic audience of fellow students, parents, teachers, and members of the community. Visitors were impressed by the quality of the projects and the level of creativity and innovation demonstrated by the students.

The personal projects covered a wide range of topics, from writing and self-publishing a poetry book to creating an air quality monitor. Some students focused on community service, while others explored environmental issues or the arts. Regardless of the topic, each project demonstrated the student’s ability to think critically, communicate effectively, and apply their learning in a real-world context.

The students’ hard work paid off in the form of amazing grades. Every student who completed a personal project received a passing grade, and many received high marks. This is a testament to the effort and dedication that each student put into their project, as well as the support and guidance provided by their teachers and mentors.

Overall, the IB MYP personal project exhibition was a fantastic showcase of student learning and achievement. It demonstrated the power of student-driven inquiry and the importance of providing opportunities for students to explore their passions and apply their learning in meaningful ways. Congratulations to all the students who participated in this year’s exhibition, and to their teachers and mentors for their support and guidance.


Ajarn Kirk, Personal Project Coordinator, and Ajarn Luke, MYP Coordinator

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